Personal Growth Is the Art of Embracing the “Full Catastrophe”

True growth isn’t about trying to fit your experience into a narrowly defined box

Author enjoying breakfast in the Welsh countryside and learning to embrace “full catastrophe living.” Photo by Marcin Karpowicz.

When you decide to consciously pursue personal growth, you may eliminate things from your life. You get selective about your experience so you can better understand yourself.

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Relatable writing on our relationships with our Selves.

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